Study Finds Cannabis Use Not Related to Loss of Motivation

Study results show that marijuana use is not independently associated with a loss of motivation among teenagers, according to recently published research. The research, by a team of investigators affiliated with Florida International University, was published online last week by the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. The authors of…

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University of Colorado to Study Relationship Between Exercise and Cannabis

University of Colorado, Boulder (UCB) just introduced a new study that looks at whether or not cannabis can enhance physical performance in athletes. According to University Professor Angela Bryan, other studies have found that there is no evidence that cannabis enhances or improves physical performance. “There is very little research…

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Study Shows Growing Cannabis Uses Less Water than Previously Thought

A study from the University of California Berkeley Cannabis Research Center has determined that licensed cannabis cultivation operations use less water than previously thought. Researchers from the center began studying water use by cannabis growers in 2017, following the legalization of recreational marijuana in California the previous year. Data for…

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Why Do Some People Crave Cannabis? New Medical Study Released!

Ahhh, marijuana. Unless you’ve mastered the art of microdosing, there really is no such thing as just taking one puff. It can be addicting: that euphoric feeling as you exhale the smoke, sometimes accompanied by a little or a big cough, then immediately feeling its soothing effects from your head…

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Study Suggests Teen Sleep Issues Lead to Cannabis Use and Binge Drinking

Factors including sleep timing and sleep duration in teens and young adults are associated with an increased risk of cannabis use and binge drinking, according to recently published research. An abstract of the study, “Self-Reported Sleep and Circadian Characteristics Predict Future Substance Use: A Longitudinal Analysis from the NCANDA Study,”…

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Psilocybin from Mushrooms Shows Great Hope for Treating Depression and Needs More Testing Says New Study

A groundbreaking study has revealed that the psychedelic drug, also called psilocybin will be beneficial in treating depression. This drug which can be found in magic mushrooms will be as good as the traditional treatments used in reducing the symptoms of depression. In addition to this, the study also suggests…

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Canadian Study Finds Significant Reduction In Opioid Use Linked To Medical Cannabis Authorizations

A recently released Canadian study has found that authorizations to use medical cannabis for chronic pain patients correlated to a reduction in opioid use among those to whom they are prescribed. A report on the research, “Opioid use in medical cannabis authorization for adult patients from 2013 to 2018: Alberta,…

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Cannabis Psychosis Linked to Schizophrenic Genes, Not Marijuana Use Says New Study

If you’re smoking cannabis today – odds are you’ve been told that it “SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASES THE ODDS OF PSYCHOSIS!” This is bullshit of course, but that doesn’t mean that those who promote this narrative won’t do everything in their power to continue spreading falsehoods. New research from King’s College in…

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